A day off is a prized day in which one may stay home or travel around the world.
Saturday, October 7, 2017
Paso to Pismo
Honestly, I think I own the pathway from San Jose South to Pismo Beach and everwhere in between
between take a bus to Monterey or San Luis Obispo or driving up to Allegretto I have invested in that pathway.
Here are what you can to from Paso Robles and Pismo Beach in October
HELLO PATRICIA, GET READY FOR
HARVEST SEASON IN PASO ROBLES
Harvest is in full swing in Paso Robles! Various wineries from all over Paso Robles Wine Country are joining in on October 20-22 to celebrate the annual Harvest Wine Weekend. The changing colors of the vines, crisp autumn air and the promise of a new vintage create a wine country experience not to be forgotten. Enjoy a multitude of events taking place at participating wineries over the span of three incredible days.
Fall Fest returns to Paso on October 21for a night of jazz guitar tributes. Head to the Park Place Speakeasy for a night filled with modern jazz sounds featuring Hristo Vitchev, Terrence Brewer, and Rick Vandivier as they pay tribute to guitar master, Pat Metheny.
On October 27 and 28, don your best costume for the Halloween Harvest Costume Ball at Tooth & Nail Winery! Complete with headless horseman, apothecary for imbibing, and spooky special effects, this 21+ event will leave you happily haunted.
Clam Festival October 20 - 22, 2017 Celebrate the 71st Anniversary of the Clam Festival in Pismo Beach which includes regional food, wine & brews, music, entertainment, parade, Wine Walk, Chowder Contest, Clam Dig, Surf Contest, Clam Bake, and so much more. Tickets are selling out, so be sure to get yours today!
Jubilee by the Sea October 26 - 29, 2017 Jazz and Wine Lovers gather to celebrate the 41sth Annual Jubilee by the Sea Jazz Festival featuring New Orleans-style jazz, big band performances, dancing, local food and beverages.
Welcome the Monarchs October 2017 - February 2018 The Pismo Beach Monarch Butterfly Grove is one of only five sites in the state that has counts of over 10,000. Each year thousands of vibrant orange and black Monarch Butterflies flock to Pismo Beach, seeking shelter from the freezing northern winters. From late October to February, the butterflies cluster in the limbs of a grove of Eucalyptus trees at Pismo State Beach.